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to the economy. back in a moment. >>> a private school was closed following an overnight fire. saint thomas moore school on south white road. investigators say the flames broke out in an office at the school. the water from the sprinkler system poured on to the gym floor. administrators hope the floor doesn't need to be replaced. the cause of the fire is not yet known. the school plans to resume classes monday for more than 200 students. >> families who need this holiday season will have a chance to soon up for help from the local community center. hundred of people camped out overnight at sacred heart community services san jose to register for holiday food distribution program. the program expect to provide food box for thousand of families for thanksgiving and for krchris mast too. >> we are going to be preparing the food boxes next weekend. hope to have all the food in by friday the right now we have four turkeys in the freezer. so, you do the math on that one. >> another registration will take place on friday. >>> how did we all survive? twitter went down today. for a short period. san franc
there trying to get a job, so this is going to be wonderful for the economy and for the town of livermore, absolutely. >> reporter: paragon outlet says this is the first outlet center to open in the states since 2001 and it's expected to generate $2 million a year for livermore. >> we just feel we're part of the whole livermore experience. you come out here to do a wonderful wine tasting, to have a lunch at a vineyard, to shop now, something that you didn't have quite as accessible before we came. i think it really just helps to establish livermore as a wonderful place to spend the day, the weekend, a vacation. >> reporter: the official grand opening is tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. today the major flagship stores including bloomingdales and other stores opened early. but some say the line could be as long as two hours. >> okay, true confessions. i was already there today. i went to the last call neiman marcus, but i had to leave because it was too full. >> you had to come here to work? >> i had to come to work. so i'll have to go back tomorrow. >> that guy had five bags coming out of there. >>
to vice president ping while the world's second largest economy continues to grow, president hu warned public anger over corruption is also growing and called on his 2,200 party members to be ethical. china as you may know has seen many more dissidents in recent years. >>> thank you. his itinerary is making history. president obama will become the first u.s. president to visit myanmar and cambodia. the trip marks a drama turn-around in the country's relations with america after decades of violent military rule. but exiled activists and human rights groups are likely to criticize the president's planned visit. in cambodia, he will attend the east asia summit. ? . the president is facing economic uncertainty and certainly will the rest of the year. today that translated again into another down day for your money. company that are both losing and making money. >> another rough day on wall street. we'll start with losses and they're piling up for apple. the cupertino company saw its price fall another $22. 22% below the high setback in september. adding insult to the situation, a research
the deficit was 25 billion. why the turnaround? improving state economy and prior budget cuts and passage of prop 30. unfortunately home burglaries are on the rise across the bay area, especially on the peninsula, san mateo residents are fed up. a surge hit east of 101 with 15 different burglaries. just this week there were serve more break-ins near the south end. you see the red dots there with the homes are. san mateo police are trying to fight the spike in burglaries, they might follow the leads of others. >> reporter: good evening, raj, they saturated both of those areas as an immediate response. we checked in with other cities that experienced similar spikes and found one success story across the bay. >> on lodia avenue where neighbors know each other by name, the rash of burglaries up to 15 in november rattled nerves, especially for the woman sandwiched between two target houses. her own home was hit before. >> a year and a half ago, it's all wound up again. it's hard. are they coming back? >> reporter: san mateo police sergeant says his officers are working hard and tracking activi
in the bank that will protect it in case our economy goes south. jessica. >> okay, thank you, scott. >>> as congress returned to work today in washington, some democrats were pushing an unorthodox idea for coping with that so-called fiscal cliff. they're proposing letting the steep tax hikes and spending cuts take effect in the new year, which would force republicans to bargain. the white house says it wants a deal without going over the fiscal cliff. lawmakers have about seven weeks to reach a budget deal that will avoid that scenario. some fear the economic uncertainty could ignite turmoil in the financial markets or cause businesses to delay hiring and spend less. all this week the president is meeting with lawmakers and leaders in labor and business getting their input on the situation. >>> it seems to be changing by the hour. another twist in this widening scandal. two women and now two generals are under investigation in the david petraeus saga. janelle wang breaks down this complicated case in our world tonight. >> reporter: raj, the florida socialite at the center of the sca
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